Posted July 2, 2014

The Deputy Director, Collections, Research & Exhibitions (Deputy Director) is a new position at the Corning Museum of Glass, reporting to and serving as a strong administrative and creative partner to the Executive Director, who will be assuming the duties of President. Reporting to the Deputy Director will be 8 departments including education, conservation, media, library, digital, collections & exhibitions and studio glass. CMoG includes the 167,000 s.f. Museum, the Rakow Research Library and The Studio, a hands-on glassmaking facility. In March 2015 a new wing will open with a 26,000 s.f. gallery for contemporary art in glass and a 500-seat amphitheater. The Museum will encompass over 325,000 s.f., with 96,000 s.f. of exhibition space. Education programs embrace the art and science of glass. CMoG welcomes approximately 400,000 visitors a year. CMoG has a budget of $50 million, full-time staff of 150, and 17 trustees. The successful candidate will have ten years of senior-level experience in an art museum or comparable institution; leadership skills, financial and strategic planning skills and technical literacy, programmatic creativity, passion for art and significant knowledge of the art museum world. Master’s in art history or relevant field required; PhD preferred. Recommendations and/or statements of interest, including current resume, should be electronically sent to: Freda Mindlin or Nancy Kaufman Opportunity Resources Inc. (212) 744-4409